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It should be completely transparent. Without knowing exactly why you consider it to be annoying, I'm going to recommend that you leave it set.
I recall making the change from HTTP to HTTPS when I log on to Google Plus, but it's more annoying than helpful. How can I go back? I'm using Vista on a Dell Inspiron 1505. All updates have been made.
In this excerpt from Answercast #51, I look at turning off https in Google Plus and how critical it is to leave the security features turned on.
What I really want to understand here is exactly why you think it's annoying. It should be completely transparent and that's one of the reasons I don't believe there actually is a way to go back.
You can certainly look in your account profile, your account settings, and see if perhaps there is a way.
But I don't recommend it.
I actually don't think it's there.
I think that HTTPS is very important
Like I said, it should be completely transparent so without knowing exactly why you consider it to be annoying, I'm going to recommend that you leave it set.
Like I said, I'm not sure you can unset it. It's simply that important.
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